This week's top stories included research revealing schemes could be paying 70% more to investment managers than at the beginning of the decade.
Also, drawdown users are on average accessing their funds at an unsustainable withdrawal rate, and the regulator's Charles Counsell will soon become head of the Money Advice Service.
Some pension schemes could be paying investment managers 70% more in fees compared to six years according to Lane, Clark and Peacock.
Lane Clark & Peacock has promoted ten of its staff to partner.
Savers using drawdown in retirement are potentially accessing their funds at an unsustainable rate, with money likely to run out within 25 years.
Charles Counsell will soon leave The Pensions Regulator to become chief executive of the Money Advice Service.
Andy Smith, who heads up the Invensys Pension Scheme, has been appointed a client director at Independent Trustee Services.
Have your say: Should trustees be held accountable for the security of data and assets in the event of a cyber attack?
In this week's Pensions Buzz, we want to know if you agree that trustees be held accountable for the security of data and assets in the event of a cyber attack.
More than four in five employers oppose the implementation of multiple pensions dashboards and any that do not include state pensions, the Association of Consulting Actuaries (ACA) says.
Half of scheme representatives agree fiduciary duty hinders trustees in addressing climate change, finds XPS
Half of scheme representatives believe the current fiduciary duty of trustees hinders them in their ability to address climate change, according to a poll by XPS Pensions Group.
PMI president Lesley Alexander and the institute's immediate past-president Lesley Carline talk about the challenges of Covid-19 and the opportunities and challenges the industry faces in the future.
The Pensions Administration Standards Association (PASA) has announced global consultant Deloitte as its expert knowledge provider for data.